Due to the details of her martyrdom, listed below, she’s likely a pious fiction, but was highly honoured in Greece for centuries. Her story and that of Christina of Bolsena seem to have been confused and combined in rewrites through the ages.
- at Tyre
- a fire was lit under her, raged out of control, killed hundreds of pagan bystanders, but Christina escaped unscathed
- her breasts were cut off, and then milk flowed from them
- her tongue was cut out; she continued to preach, louder, and more clearly and eloquently than ever
- she threw the severed tongue at the judge, who was permanently blinded in one eye
- she was thrown into the sea to drawn; there she was baptized by Jesus, then returned to land by Michael the Archangel
- she was finally shot through the heart with an arrow, which did her in